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movie going to join people to the home of the that's the great way to go to the grand imperial truly the george west coast coromandel new canna with a chill socialistically to see don't need to go and. read this in the kennel was her child as risk a retreat. today's news on the week's top stories on our t.v. a suspected a right wing extremist held by norwegian police admits that he carried out the deadly bombing in oslo and to the massacre at a youth camp in the country's first ever terrorist attack. and this very brave week says he was acting alone and the killing of more than knowing two people was amiss the three most of all bring more details in a few moments. rupert murdoch faces investigation into in the us into a more alleged phone hacking by his media that's off to being grilled in britain over the scandal that shook the police politicians and the press. the easy reaches
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out a helping hand it to greece agreeing on a new bailout but the clouds and gather around the troubled hero amid a stormy mood in spain also struggling with severe financial. bill watching the weekly here on r.t. with me rory same show you welcome to the week's top stories norwegian born anders breivik has told police the attacks that killed nineteen people were quote necessary the extreme right wing nationalist has admitted he was behind friday's bombing and shooting spree at the country's first ever terrorist attack on a bushel reports. the suspect has admitted the crime he says it was an appalling yet necessary act and he adds that it was needed to shake up norwegian society he claimed it wasn't a crime more details are emerging about the suspect that he posted a bizarre fifteen hundred page book where he says how to make
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a bomb and i quote once you decide to strike it's better to kill too many of them not enough or you risk reducing the desired ideological impact of the strike there are also violent muslim views on that site now to just remind you what happened there was a car bomb here explosion here in the city center government headquarters and just a few hours later apparently he traveled just delphi to an island where gathered in a police uniform he took her children around him he had a gun and because of the close here the children were expecting that there were lots of policemen with guns around at the time so they weren't surprised by that and then he began to shoot sheltering i'll kill everyone everyone must die now we have new pictures of us women as people swimming full survival. for their lives hiding in the rocks of a ten year old boy actually being brisk you now today's a day of mourning there's a memorial service being held just
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a few hundred meters from here in oslo cathedral and the court hearing is on monday the police say there still may be more casualties up to ninety seven recorded and there is criticism that it took them an hour to an hour and a half after receiving information of the attack on the island that it took them over an hour to get to the scene and to stop the massacre has also been criticism they were looking for muslims that initially they were saying it was a muslim attack the police say that it was difficult to get to the island they had to find transport their stories are emerging of immense heroism over all the people who risk victims who went back into the danger area here in the city center but also there is growing criticism here in oslo. an integration policies which seem to have backfired more now in this report brave christine who was. called home explosion in a daze and surrounded by broken clothes she stayed in the floor so to help. the
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waitress just standing coughing and then suddenly you could just read i was like i don't like a face just waiting for you popping off that i like plastics in their eyes. you know that gets smashed glass all over the skin and everything this show patched up victims before giving out whole drinks as a nation which has never suffered at the hands of terrorists before he says norwegians just didn't know how to react. alarms from. buildings. also on the people sheltering in gaming rolling on this man's wife suffered severe short when their windows were blown by the last but she says they are lucky to be alone his thoughts go out to the many young victims of the second time i think about the mission to save their sympathy and. their parents has caused them to atrocities produced many acts of terrorism
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was that those citizens on the walls worst mass shooting explosives also boise pango the attacks were allowed to happen in the first place and good will towards the ignore dozens of hates messages from suspect anders behring breivik you haven't really been prepared for right wing extremism brave expressed fury at the government's open door policy on immigration. and twitter feeds. the shootings may reflect growing national look position to flee immigration policies the political establishment the more they are relative the people but they have been areas where there are simply no immigrants. for people in order that are being pushed out of places they used to live livin on it's also their drugs that are in jeopardy muslims claim this disappointment that the killer turned out to be buoyant they want this guy to be a muslim or how a muslim you know. it's for them it's
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a little bit strange because he's in the region so they talk too much about islam and about us it is not about the religions are said to be fed up with their brand of what's been dubbed radical liberalism it's the country's multicultural policies to turn the government against his own playing the way the far right sentiment. why isn't. ready to admit and there's a polite and respectful attitude towards that kind of. mainstream media but the reality is that fifty percent off in the us are against multiculturalism as people here try to pick up the pieces and bring meaning to these twin attacks they're already saying it will fail relations between communities some expect the crackdown by police on the e.u. growing full right movements while others fear this will only fuel resentment
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against europe's muslims victims are beginning to piece back together a bit shocked at lloyd's but they express well this might not be the last such attack as outrage at the perceived failure of a multicultural society grows the new bush will see oslo. meantime who love us and who knows the suspect personally told r.t. that he was shocked by the news but also was a place where radicalism is on the rise. i could not imagine i. imagine. it must have been brainwashed or something he never came across. a religious fanatic or anything i mean i knew that he was religious but it wasn't like prying to urge you or anyone praying you know. i just knew he was really just pretty much. i would more describe him.
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simply irritated them all the way. he would be angry that he would be the second person but they are and a lot. more than that i have not. thought through idealised. why. all the other towns have to lose their own. life. people who all have very radical religious all ranging from white christian and then you have. the less than obvious managed to find right wing groups so i'm not generally surprised that people find their extreme ideas so. basically like your poison which wrong way do you want to. i know that was a former acquaintance of. yours but whole world is an artist's guessing what lies
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behind the atrocity and you can join in the debate on our website dot com but let's look at the stats now and see where you stand so far the majority think that sheer fanaticism is to blame fewer people say the tensions stem from multiculturalism nine percent believe the reason is global terrorism which penetrates everywhere the minority say it's down to the failure of security forces you know toss your head in the ring here have your say i log on to martin dot com. you're watching the weekly here on c.n.n. this week the phone hacking and police bribery scandal was taken to the british parliament rupert murdoch his son james and former u.k. c.e.o. rebecca brooks all grilled by british and americans for several hours the trio said they were deeply sorry for what happened however new allegations of a version of the news international chairman james murdoch misled m.p.'s by saying he was unaware of the true extent of illicit phone tapping by the company. the
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modocs could now face legal challenges in the u.s. over claims the voice mails of nine eleven victims were also targeted meanwhile britain's hacking scandal appears to be spreading beyond the murdoch empire which claims now the sunday mirror its have not also bugged so celebrities voicemail messages but it also has gone h.d. catapults critics believe the issue is just the tip of the ice we're going to society that no longer values individual privacy. as the scandal over phone hacking by the murdoch media empire rages on public and political theory has mainly focused on ruthless tabloids out of control prepared to invade people's private lives and even the dad to get the story but some say in this day and age the whole concept of privacy is falling apart and in the u.s. more rapidly than elsewhere every time you tap on your cell or click on. who or use your mail service everybody's sort of just clicks through that you agree to our
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terms and conditions well those terms and conditions are very very heavily weighted against you and your privacy interest we see you breaches of privacy have been by corporations all across america all across the world really in every sector surveillance is rampant but really here this is all a microcosm of the biggest surveyor of all which is to say there's little americans can do with the state having sweeping access to their private information access that followed the nine eleven terrorist attacks under a new law known as the patriot act asana law his privacy was taken away from him in two thousand and two when he was detained by the f.b.i. for absolutely no reason he says and scrutinized for months without charge is response for nine years he has voluntarily documented nearly every waking hour of his life on the web he has subsequently even turned it into a form of art sealed the toilet i've used so you know that over here for example
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you know that on sunday november twenty fourth two thousand and seven i used as far as i went grocery shopping at safeway over there and afterwards i think i got gas over here he posts copies of every debit card transaction so you can see what he bought where and when a g.p.s. device in his pocket records his real time physical location on a map and this is the shot he took on his way to our studio which was immediately up loaded on his website hassan says his extraordinary abandonment of his own privacy stamps from the ignorance of the authorities but in the here he decided well that guy looks a little different so he must be arab and if he's arab then he must have explosives everyone knows that and that's the logic we're operating we we realize how ridiculous that logic sounds but when your country when your own country takes that on as the basis for national policy. ignorance is the basis of national policy is a pretty scary situation and. for haasan privacy has become
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a rally of the past and he says he's not surprised that journalists or anyone else really would use the same surveillance tactics as the street in that sense it might be of no surprise that the chief architect of the putrid act who we are who put it together happens to be one of her docs can't take used for poor guy rector's didn't serve this is assistant attorney general in the bush administration and was described by some as the purveyor of the most sweeping curtailment of freedom in the us system mccarthy era at a time when corporations and the government can easily hacking through people's private lives it doesn't come as a surprise when for example social networks give your personal information to ad companies or when other industries leave on breaching people filing in the u.s. it's so widespread and people have gotten so used the way that rupert murdoch seems to be perfect part of the system rather than some special bill and with corporation
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has been undertaking some unique all lawful practices because here in america there are not so you me i'm going to shut down reporting from washington r.t. . the editor of the independent news website says a public trust has been seriously undermined by the fire and how can scandal. to find out that certain officers had been on the payroll of these organizations and providing details to you to the journalists who were involved in a scandal that in itself is is quite a disgrace and it does raise the question of who is properly qualified to look into this into to form a proper investigation certainly not the police itself investigating itself that would be ridiculous at this point and the idea again of a parliamentary inquiry it has to be at least seem to be completely free of ties to the prime minister's office certainly and to any other m.p.'s it may have been implicated in this scandal so it's it's going to be an incredible mess unfortunately for the british people to be sorting through right now and i think
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trusting the public institutions has been necessarily eroded by this appalling disgraceful conduct on the part of so many different people in whom the public has invested so much trust. you're watching the weekly here on r t it's good to have your company on this sunday and i still have you on the program begins handing control of afghan provinces to local army forces but questions are raised if they're up to the job. plus we'll hear from campaigners against u.s. drone attacks in pakistan lots of virus a lawsuit a former cia legal chief poor approving attacks that killed hundreds of innocent. emergency workers and recovered more bodies from the russian pleasure boat that sank in the volga river two weeks ago killing more than one hundred twenty the wrecked ship has now been lifted from the bottom and towed to shallow waters the task is now to pump water from the hole so investigators can examine the vessel to
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determine the cause of the tragedy the search continues for the bodies of the last two missing victims which could still be trapped inside the bulgarian went down within minutes drowning more than half of its two hundred passengers the boat's owner is under investigation and a two people have already been charged with violating safety regulations. well greece has a lot of a sigh of relief as after long talks e.u. leaders have finally agreed on how to help the country avoid defaulting on its debt athens will now receive a new bailout worth an estimated one hundred and nine billion euros the plan also calls lowering interest rates and extending the period in which it must repay it back and also grants bankrupt portugal and ireland twice as much time to pay back their own loans meanwhile spain which has the highest rate of unemployment in the euro zone saw thousands of protesters converge on the capital this saturday with more rallies expected later on sunday financial journalist patrick young says bailing out failing economies will not help them in the long term. i think it's
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going to prolong the agony unfortunately like everything we've been looking for for weeks we want to leadership from the european union and i think really the european union so. sort of press conference just demonstrates what a shambles this whole proceedings is i mean we have to sit through chain different leaders all telling us who's actually in charge and what's going on they give certain parts of the information seems to be contradictory if ultimately alone more money has been thrown at the greek economy in the hope that our property teachin really a lot of it just looks like hype and i'm very very concerned that we have in fact we find a cure we've just got another sticking plaster that can has been kicked down the road the danger of contagion still leaking to other countries such as our old portugal even italy and spain are there and therefore if we don't have a cure ultimately we can't keep spending all the banks money and all of the government's money on all of these economic issues and at the sea in time consumers
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are basically scared and i think they're going to dry up and not be willing to indulge in normal economic activity i think it's a worrying time and fears of a default are also raging across the atlantic where barack obama met with congressional leaders in a desperate bid to avoid economic collapse previous talks with a republican house speaker broke down on friday congress must approve raising its current fourteen point three trillion dollars debt level before the second or risk of default the impact would which would shake the entire world economy the deal now offered by president obama includes it slashes the medical costs and other entitlements but wortham across and republicans are divided over the details of a package of spending cuts and tax rises doesn't matter because journalists are great a poll last says it's the ordinary americans who will have to foot the government's bills. george bush when he was president. want two thousand and eight one why oh. yeah searchlights given germany six billion dollars
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a year by bill clinton turned out into a six hundred million dollars per year deficit adding three trillion dollars us eric cantor. for all those search for bush's wars a rat or a bit weapons for the tax cuts now these guys don't want it and bill somehow the compromise means that the this in dollars will be paid for by eliminating our benefits or the working class american people the elderly people on social security to encourage deaths veterans receiving veteran veterans benefits didn't increase the debt it was the result of bush's wars tortious tax cuts while spending for these programs now are the beneficiaries basically people who got the money don't want to pay it back. well for more news on comment on the financial woes gripping the world just head over to see dot com here's
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a taste of what else is there waiting for you right now uncover a bohemian mystery find out why every july since the eighteen eighties california woods have filled with some of the most wealthy and powerful men in the world. and russians are rushed to stock up on painkillers as the government prepares to make pills containing code being available by prescription only find out why the move is called supporter of r.c. dot com. so i let you get some other headlines now from around the world for you today clear up operations continue in china they offer to high speed trains collided in the east of the country at least thirty five people were killed almost two hundred injured one of the bullet trains was forced to start after being struck by lightning and was then hit by the second train from behind to all the coaches fell from a bridge as a result of the crash was the first derailment on china's high speed rail network
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since the country launched a bullet trains in two thousand and seven. a car bombers killed eight soldiers in the yemen's coastal city of aden the blast took place near the entrance of an army camp as a convoy of vehicles packed with troops was about to leave officials said they were being sent to fight al qaeda linked militants in a nearby province the country has been hit by months of anti government protests polluting clashes between security forces and armed groups. a host of celebrities and friends have been paying tribute to amy winehouse that's after the british soldier as a vehicle was found dead in her london flat on saturday the cause of her death remains on the twenty seven year old star won a myriad of all awards including five grammys for her music and have been hailed as one of the most talented singers of age but her success was often overshadowed by a well documented battle with drugs and alcohol. she comes will go european off the stage during
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a performance. and the latest operations led by nato and afghan forces are sixteen insurgents being killed in the country's south a raid comes in response to renewed talk about activity as nato begins a gradual withdrawal from afghanistan the plan is to recall all foreign combat troops out by the end of two thousand and fourteen or meantime come on in the country general drawn out and wants of tough times ahead of the war but this month afghan president's half brother was assassinated at home by insurgents you know what i've heard it because i spoke with isis and also being. anti war activists. think that the u.s. led coalition is losing ground in afghanistan or the number of casualties continue to rise. they can't win by staying in fact their presence is becoming the main catalyst for the armed insurgency not only the telegram but maybe one hundred forty armed groups and they can't leave either because if they leave there will be
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a perception that the u.s. and nato were defeated by an armed insurgency but this dilemma must be solved some way so ultimately the united states cannot prevail the assassination of karzai as brother and his inner circle shows that the edifice of the karzai regime necessary at least to get an afghan face to the nato occupation that itself is now crumbling these armed attacks these assassination attempts are designed to create panic and i think in all likelihood they are creating panic within a very hard to foundation of the karzai government the u.s. is losing grown steadily it's spending one hundred twenty billion dollars a year that's an increasing amount from the treasury that's already drained based on huge budget deficits here the number of casualties on the afghan and american side is is increasing not decreasing and yet they're no closer to victory in fact they're losing control of the country and the government that they sponsor is is in fact in danger of crumbling i would say the u.s.
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hasn't gained anything i think the u.s. is losing ground it's spite of what david petraeus and the obama administration say this is a bad situation possibly a catastrophe for the united states. and later began by you handover of control in parts of afghanistan to local security forces some analysts feel the country is ill equipped to fend off insurgency without foreign aid there's concerns here that afghans are divided with some fearing a return to taliban rule jason much like has the story. there's confusion on the faces of the afghan army soldiers as a firefight unfolds on the other side of the wall looking for them this is the called the military training center in the courts parking lot i mean here if we threw a ten week program the officers don't cut them it is slack when it's over the be deployed eastern queen or province afghanistan's most violent corners and i've decided to let the zero muster start hard so they've got a lot of pressure that day by day we're making it on us the afghan national army
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has already come a long way it's weeks of swelling to about one hundred seventy thousand troops and stuff moves of recruits in trucks of the higher wages and exploit hurts the soldiers insist we're all united in their desire to beat back the tide of history and see the city worth missing men in the army our older brother and we're all calling my son. was right the call of duty has also struck a chord beyond able bodied males a first of a class of women soldiers has just graduated. and even the mujahideen unit meet up with me and say soon this is all good news to us military planners absolute two thousand and fourteen had to hand over security responsibilities to the afghans and the afghan army enjoys a much better reputation of the police force has even been featured in the recent movie. but is the army takes greater responsibility for security around the country there are concerns that the quantity of troops may be coming at the expense of quality started as more than eighty percent of troops are literally
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a big problem on our ability to really match in numbers can spell the difference between life and adding to that was a widespread drug use and desertion let's say roughly one in four combat soldiers quit their post critics also point out that the military leadership is made up of many rival x. warlords who still come in world these long regionally the lines i would like to contribute to confront as the u.s. begins to scale back its role as custodian this summer there are concerns that these divisions may flare up if i start neutral. we need to be united ninety three would be fighting you should be killing each other these. little groups if you can prove it yet another obstacle for a young army but still has much to learn from before it can still need some juice and will plug in called for some of. you all watching the weekly scene over us has been carrying out drone strikes in pakistan for years but now one of the masterminds of the attacks is in the crosshairs himself former cia official joining
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result faces a lawsuit over civilian casualties human rights lawyers and the families of victims are seeking an arrest warrant against him claimed proof a list of targets for the drone strikes which often resulted in schools of civilian deaths. is a member of a campaign group that's bringing the action against russia she told us saying that washington must be held to account for its operations in pakistan. that's part of these drones have been operating in pakistan in the federal parliament straight at tribal areas. and they've been operating in secret by the cia and they've been killing indiscriminately hundreds of civilians and so that the purpose of this is this hopefully to gets a transparency out of out of the cia and out of obama and sued to get some justice on behalf of the victims of these drone strikes after you know the u.s. is modern war impacts the u.s. it is operating illegally by carrying out these drone strikes in pakistan in yemen
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in somalia. and in terms of being disproportionate you know we have numbers coming out of pakistan that indicate that you know for every one suspected militants being held one hundred forty innocent civilians are dying as a result of these strikes and so if those numbers are wrong you know we have people on the ground who are gathering the information who are doing the investigation and trying to collect the information so that we can bring a more transparent more honest picture to the public about what. it without a lot from moscow is good if you join us today and shortly we talk to a man who reached out beyond of the earth's atmosphere and went for a stroll on the surface of the brain that's after a recap of the week's top stories i'll see you in just a moment. for
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